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Often regarded as the period in which The Rolling Stones recorded the finest music of their career, the years during which Mick Taylor was the fifth Stone remain the band s Golden Age . Notably, on albums Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers and Exile On Main Street the Stones sound changed as they developed new ideas and were informed by a range of new influences. But crucially it was Taylor s sophisticated blues and jazz licks that gave The Rolling Stones an added dimension between 1969 and 1974 one they lacked both before and afterwards. This dynamic film tells the behind the scenes story of this hugely productive era for the group. Featuring interviews with Taylor himself and further contributions from his old boss, John Mayall; author and group colleague, Robert Greenfield; Village Voice music editor, Robert Christgau; Stones session musicians, Al Perkins and Bill Plummer; highly regarded UK music critic, Barney Hoskyns and many others. The program also includes liberal performance footage of The Stones, archive footage and interviews, numerous seldom seen photographs and a host of other features.
I think the dvd was minimal on the Mick Taylor. His contribution and stye were and is a highlight in english blues playersPublished 5 days ago by Neil Keraunos
love anything about Mick Taylor
he is such a brilliant guitar player,as well as
somewhat reclusive, not a lot written about him
I detest misleading titles and this is certainly one of them. "Mick Taylor Years" yeah, right. Nothing in this dvd is worth watching or listening to, at all.Published on December 25, 2012 by Kevin Eddinger
this was a gift for my father in law and he loves it. big stones fan and these are the years he was a young man and it took him back to his youth. great gift for stones fans.Published on November 19, 2012 by tasch0911
Well this is my second review (don't know what happened to the first)...
This dvd is at the moment gathering dust on my shelf... Read more
This video was a great disappointment. I always enjoyed the Mick Taylor years and hoped to hear more music. Instead it a lot of talking. Read morePublished on February 24, 2011 by K. J. Masten
This is a really interesting and considered film covering the period from Beggars' Banquet and Brian Jones' demise, through Let It Bleed, Sticky Fingers, Exile on Main St. Read morePublished on November 3, 2010 by Dave
Rolling Stones "1969-1974: The Mick Taylor Years" is a video time capsule of the groundbreaking rock and roll legends. Read morePublished on August 20, 2010 by Cody
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I got a good look at the photo because for some reason the DVD is actually out in a store at the mall here in Albany NY already. I don't know how or why it's on the shelves, but it is . Anyway, I agree, it does look like Ronnie, but it's Keith. You'll see it better when you find it at the store.
Jul 23, 2010 by Mike | See all 3 posts